Trusted Advisors & Steadfast Champions

At Hinckley Allen, we make a simple promise to our clients: to provide value and deliver results. This allows us to focus on your business goals with sound, strategic thinking, and tireless advocacy. We strive to be your advisor, creating long-term client relationships across a wide range of industries.

Passion and discipline that drive results

Our clients place great trust in us. We are often considered an extension of their management teams. We are relentless, intently following industry developments and changing markets in order to increase our value and effectiveness. For every client, we focus on providing solutions that measurably contribute to long-term success.

Contemporary Insight—For More Than A Century

As a firm, we have stood the test of time thanks to an ability to adapt—and a drive to stay ahead-of-the-curve regarding developments and innovations within the industries and disciplines we serve. Recognized as an Am Law 200 firm, Hinckley Allen has been a vital, relevant force in businesses, government, and our communities since 1906.

1906

Partnership of Green, Hinckley & Allen opens its doors in the Rhode Island Hospital Trust Building

1936

Founding partner, Theodore Francis Green, elected to United States Senate

1973

Firm hires first female attorney, Doris Licht

1984

Firm opens Boston office at 225 Franklin Street

2008

Hinckley Allen opens Hartford, Connecticut office

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1906

Partnership of Green, Hinckley & Allen opens its doors in the Rhode Island Hospital Trust Building

1907

Founding partner, Theodore Francis Green, elected to the Rhode Island House of Representatives

1923

Firm name changes to Hinckley, Allen, Tillinghast, Phillips

1930

Firm name changes to Hinckley, Allen, Tillinghast, Phillips & Wheeler

1933

Founding partner, Theodore Francis Green, elected Governor of Rhode Island

1936

Founding partner, Theodore Francis Green, elected to United States Senate

1938

Providence Airport renamed Theodore Francis Green State Airport

1947

Snyder, Tepper & Berlin founded

1957

Hinckley Allen lawyer, John H. Chafee, elected to the Rhode Island legislature and leaves firm to begin distinguished military and political career

1973

Firm hires first female attorney, Doris Licht

1973

Snyder, Tepper & Comen client Bill Reynolds helps to conceive underground highway in Boston, which became known as the “Big Dig”

1984

Firm opens Boston office at 225 Franklin Street

1991

Groundbreaking on Boston’s Central Artery construction project, known as “The Big Dig”

1992

Firm name changes to Hinckley, Allen & Snyder

2001

Concord, New Hampshire office opens

2004

Partner Robert C. Corrente appointed U.S. Attorney for Rhode Island

2008

Hartford, Connecticut office opens

2012

Albany, New York office opens

2013

New York, New York office opens

2014

Landmark $183M settlement reached on Boston’s “Big Dig” litigation, with Hinckley Allen clients prevailing

2015

Hinckley Allen helps client Deepwater Wind establish the first offshore commercial wind farm in the U.S.

2015

Hinckley Allen partner, Luke Bronin, becomes Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut

2016

Hinckley Allen once again cited as “Best Place to Work in Rhode Island and Connecticut,” marking more than ten years of such distinctions across several New England states

2017

Concord, New Hampshire office relocates to Manchester, New Hampshire

Committed To Deep, Mutual Relationships That Optimize Efficiency And Investments

We are dedicated to delivering strong, consistent high-quality results. By focusing on operational excellence, we seek to optimize our value to clients by being effective, efficient, organized, and communicative. We continuously explore process improvements, look for further efficiencies, and invest in training and infrastructure that provides:

  • Greater predictability in scheduling and budgeting
  • Transparent and flexible fee arrangements
  • Maximum efficiency in every action undertaken

Striking the right balance in assigning resources to legal projects can be complex. To help optimize our value as a firm, and foster a true sense of partnership, we have invested heavily in systems that structure teams and assign resources with maximum proficiency. Our Legal Project Management (LPM) helps us to flexibly distribute tasks, provide upfront planning, and facilitate robust communication at every stage of every engagement to deliver required services at the best cost-value ratio.

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